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Scam the scammers

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by partymarty4870, May 7, 2011.

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  1. partymarty4870

    partymarty4870 Elite Member

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    I don't know if this is the right section for this - or even if it's appropriate for this forum - but it's a way to make a quick couple of grand if your desperate enough. So mods please feel free to delete or move if not appropriate.

    OK - we've all received those work from home email offers/scams where you get paid a percentage for "processing payments".

    They require you to have a bank account and be contactable by email.

    They will then transfer funds to your account and then you take 10% and wire the rest to them.

    Next thing your account is very much in the red because the bank has reversed the fraudelant transaction - and you've already sent the (now washed) money to the big time crims.

    Now there is a way of turning this scam around and stealing the already stolen money from the criminals and putting it in your pocket virtually risk free.

    You can keep a reasonably clear conscience if you keep telling yourself that the money has already been stolen. When I did this a couple of years ago I thought of myself as a kind of modern day robin hood. Stealing money from the evil rich and giving it to the poor.

    First thing is you need a fake bank account with a card and pin. At first thought this sounds hard to get, but is actually very easy if you live in a town/city frequented by backpackers. A backpacker will do pretty much anything for some money. Find some that are leaving the country and buy the account, card and pin from them. They'll know it's for something dodgy, but they'll be out of the country when it happens so will be in the clear. tell them that on the slight chance anyhting ever happens to say they lost their wallet with the card and the pin written down with it. They didn't bother reporting it as the account had no $$$ anyway.

    Then answer one of the above mentioned emails.

    When I did this the first transaction was only $600 - so I followed through with the transfer. They probably do a smaller sum 1st to test you.

    The next amount was $1100 - I gave that to them too.

    then I hit the jackpot. They transferred $24000 into my account.

    Unfortunately you can only withdraw $1000 a day from ATM's where I live, but I managed to take $8000 out before the transaction was reversed.

    I never used the same ATM twice and wore a hoody or hat and sunglasses each time. I was not brave enough to go into the bank and try to do a large withdrawl, especially as cash transactions over 10K get looked at closely in my country.

    I only needed to do this once as I had a business going under and was about to lose my house - but if anyone else out there is desperate this may be for you.
     
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  2. partymarty4870

    partymarty4870 Elite Member

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    maybe 10 hours all up work involved, and a few of those were spent drinking with backpackers. Hell - If I remember rightly, i think I got lucky with a german chick while out looking for the bank account.

    Just remember you never stole the original money - it was gone anyway. the only people losing are organised crime, the banks and the credit card companies, and I'm sure we'll all agree that all 3 are criminal!
     
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    best read ever haha :D

    Where did u find these bad guys?
     
  4. fuskaren

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    I like this :)
    They deserves it anyway!
     
  5. partymarty4870

    partymarty4870 Elite Member

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    thankyou - I'm bored at work - I own a drive in cinema and am screening Red Riding Hood - so I needed something to do.

    And to find the bad guys just look in your spam folder - they'll be there.
     
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    seems like a lot of work, the best way to scam a scammer is a fud keylogger, get there paypal and rinse it,
     
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    Teckniel Registered Member

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    Nice post.
    Sad part is i don't know where to get a fake cc else i would try it out :)
     
  8. Bea$t

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    genius. not that i'm gonna try it of course. ;)
     
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    Risky shit.
     
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    Wrong!
    The money is not stolen until you withdraw it therefore you are culpable in the theft.
    You may be able to keep a clear conscience but It would give me sleepless nights to know I was involved in cleaning out a little old ladies life savings.
    Sometimes the victims are covered in these cases sometimes not, depending
    on the type of account and the manner in which it was compromised however
    the distress and loss of access to the funds which could take many months
    is a terrible situation for someone to be in.
    Using this to your own advantage is just as bad as stealing the money yourself.
     
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    So do you only take out the 10% on each transaction or as much as you can?
    How many times can you do a transaction before the account is in trouble?
     
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    Somebody's been watching too much White Collar.
     
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    Brilliance :)
     
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    Money laundering? You do know it's a federal offense, right?
     
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    You've got some big balls.....Well done. I'm just glad u didn't get caught cause I'm sure it wouldn't have been fun.
     
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    i agree, i personally don't think you did anything wrong and if presented with the same opportunity, i will probably do the same LOL
     
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    thanks for sharing this awesome information dude! i will try to make a fake bank account next time :)
     
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    "They will then transfer funds to your account and then you take 10% and wire the rest to them.

    Next thing your account is very much in the red because the bank has reversed the fraudelant transaction - and you've already sent the (now washed) money to the big time crims.

    backpackers. They'll know it's for something dodgy, but they'll be out of the country when it happens so will be in the clear.

    Then answer one of the above mentioned emails.

    When I did this the first transaction was only $600 - so I followed through with the transfer. They probably do a smaller sum 1st to test you.

    The next amount was $1100 - I gave that to them too.

    then I hit the jackpot. They transferred $24000 into my account."

    so............... the bank in ur country didnt class the $600 as fraud , and u waited x amount of days / weeks till $1100 went in which the bank didnt detect as fraud. so u now sent $1700 back to the scammers without the bank knowing it was fraud , and ur still waiting for the $24k to come , so even if all in a week, or a month it wasnt detected , ummm doesnt anyelse smell a rat lol or am i missing out on something here.

    and if i am missing something, who would send $600 or $1100 back lol not me.

    and yes the german would be the one who is the criminal not you. as it is there account and no record of you , unless ur detectable in the email u got the scammers from.
     
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    I agree. You can trick a Nigerian but not the bank
     
  20. Steeky

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    They are mainly Russians
     
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